Review: could Ritalin cause Sphincter of oddi dysfunction?
Summary: there is no Sphincter of oddi dysfunction reported by people who take Ritalin yet.
We study 9,694 people who have side effects while taking Ritalin from FDA and social media. Find out below who they are, when they have Sphincter of oddi dysfunction and more.
Ritalin has active ingredients of methylphenidate hydrochloride. It is often used in attention deficit hyperactivity disorder. (latest outcomes from Ritalin 11,200 users)
Sphincter of oddi dysfunction
Sphincter of oddi dysfunction (dysfunction of a muscular valve that controls the flow of digestive juices) has been reported by people with pain, birth control, gastrooesophageal reflux disease, high blood pressure, asthma.(latest reports from Sphincter of oddi dysfunction 157 patients)
On Dec, 14, 2014: No report is found
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- Could ritalin cause temporary dementia in elderly
I had a period of dementia that lasted for the better part of a day. I was brought to the hospital because they thought I was having a stroke. I have no memory of the event until I was in the hospital. I had been prescribed Ritalin because I have become unable to concentrate as well as I once could. That started about ten years ago and it was also had a very sudden onset, after a case of the flu.
A Psychiatrist prescribed a dosage of Methylphenidate to be taken twice a day. I had a really hectic day ahead and thought that if I took both of them at once, it would help me get through the ordeal. I am under a lot of stress and thought it may help me cope. I have since thrown them out because the condition started about an hour after I took them according to family members. I don't remember the dosage, but I think it was a lower dosage because I had just started taking them on an "as needed basis." The doctor knew that I was going to use them for that purpose. I used them twice before (at the correct dosage) when I had to concentrate on paperwork, etc. They caused irregular heartbeat and a little bit of anxiety, but they did help me concentrate. The hospital tests ruled out a stroke or TIA. My thyroid level was off and the doctor at the hospital told me to stop the thyroid medication (Armour Thyroid) until I could see my family doctor and be retested. This all happened about five days ago. I'm back to what I consider normal now. Could that episode have been caused by the Ritalin?
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I'm 53 diagnosed bipolar and hypothyroidism at 26 and 27 and diagnosed ADHD a few months ago, asked for second opinion as nurse diagnosing made 3 written mistakes and I was heavily sedated on Seroquel after being signed off with work stress, 2 weeks ago it was confirmed though only after a few minutes conversation and I did ask if psychiatrist was merely confirming to save face of his nurse for misdiagnosis and my original psychiatrist who referred me (who recently told me her son was ADHD) was given 18mg Concerta for 2 days then 36mg for 5 days until I was sick and extremely nauseous, bruised wrists, piercing sounds, eardrums blocked. Stopped taking after 7 days and GP intervention and now on day 5 of having a light period after 3 years of none. I was told by ADHD psychiatrist that people get nose bleeds and all side effects will go if only I can tolerate. During the side effects I also started writing lots of complaint letters and this is a trait of bipolar when high.
I wonder if Concerta is now giving me a bleed or is this normal naturally?
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